Thanksgiving is a time for family, for gratitude, and for reflection.
This year, as long as it’s not snowing on Thanksgiving day, my wife Beth, my oldest daughter Sydney, and I are going to participate in a Turkey Trot race. Then we are entertaining my parents and my in-laws as well as our oldest son at our house for Thanksgiving dinner. Then on Saturday, we will be traveling to Hudson to celebrate with my in-laws.
And as we prepare for the holiday ahead, it’s got me thinking about everything I’m thankful for.
I have many blessings in my personal life.
But when I consider my business, I can count many things to be thankful for there too. Not only does this business provide for my family, but it also provides for the family of my employees. And in turn, we help other business owners market their business and provide for their families as well. That’s a lot of lives, a lot of families, that my business supports and I’m grateful, humbled, and honored at that realization.
This leads me to be thankful for each of my clients, every free discovery call I’ve had (whether it went anywhere or not) and to everyone who follows our social media posts, reads our emails, or follows our blog. Each of you is a blessing and I’m grateful that you’ve included us in your lives and businesses.
As we look forward to the final month of the year, I’ll be doing my annual planning, spending more time with my family sharing traditions and merriment, and I’ll be reflecting on what worked, what didn’t, and how I can serve all of you even more in 2020.
What are you thankful for this year?